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Most people use the same phrases and words repeatedly depending on their profession, whether they are doctors, lawyers, tech bloggers, etc. If you are in a similar situation and want to save time by avoiding typing the same repetitive phrases every time, check out WordExpander.

It is a free tool that gives you quick access to your common used phrases and sentences on any Windows application. It increases your productivity by automatically inserting frequently used text phrases into any Windows application. As soon as you start typing it provides you with a list of possible word and sentence endings.

Or you can pre-define shortcuts to your most commonly used phrases and it expands the shortcuts automatically to their corresponding full phrases (e.g. afaik is a shortcut for “as far as i know“).


Additionally it includes an AutoCorrection feature, which detects what you are typing and automatically corrects your spelling mistakes. To try out the app, download and install it on your computer. Next you will have to import Phrase libraries from their website. Currently they only have medical-related libraries such as Medical Phrases, Drug Names and others.

If you want the AutoCorrection feature you will have to download and import the English AutoCorrections library into the program.



If you use specific phrases, you can add these phrases to your library along with their shortcuts. Next time, simply type in the shortcut and the corresponding phrase will be automatically inserted.

Insert shortcuts instead of phrases


  • Easy-to-use interface.
  • Insert phrases in a snap.
  • Increases your text typing productivity.
  • Works with any Windows program – browsers, text editors, Office applications, email clients and others.
  • Macro functions – enrich static phrases with dynamic content (current time and date etc).
  • 100 % freeware.
  • Related tools – eType.

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  1. David R
    April 14, 2013 at 12:13 pm

    This sounds like a very useful program. But I have learned from sad experience that you pay a high price for some "free" programs, such as some screensavers. How can we be sure that no malware comes with this? Thanks.